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About this product
- Product InformationStep up to the next level in your photography with the dynamic Olympus PEN E-PM1 12.3 MP digital camera in black. Intuitive to operation, the exclusive TruePic VI image processor gives you rapid performance while the iAuto feature detects what you need to produce a quality photo, even in low-lighting conditions thanks to the AF illuminator. Face detection technology is ideal for group shots, making sure everyone is picture perfect. You can even make great high-definition videos that everyone sees immediately on the 3-inch LCD screen. Add the hot shoe for the external flash, while the long-lasting, rechargeable lithium-ion battery makes it the ideal choice for capturing your memories.
- Camera TypeMirrorless Interchangeable Lens
- Sensor Resolution12.3MP
- Screen Size3"
- Lens For SDII R 14-42mm
Memory / Storage
- Supported Flash MemorySD Memory Card,SDHC Memory Card
- Depth52.4 in.
- Height2.5 in.
- Width4.31 in.
- Weight7.65 Oz.
- Display TypeLCD
- Display Size3"
- Max Video Resolution1920 x 1080
- Exterior ColorBlack
Most relevant reviews
- fifito23Dec 13, 2013by
Conclusion - Pros 1.1 Good (not best) low ISO image quality and resolution. 1.2 Fast and responsive operation. 1.3 Fast, accurate autofocus. 1.4 Full HD AVCHD video. 1.5 AF assist lamp. 1.6 Comprehensive in-camera raw and jpeg editing capability. 1.7 High degree of camera and menu customization. 1.8 Art filters offer fun, creative effects. Conclusion - Cons 2.1 High ISO noise performance lagging behind competitors' newer sensors 2.2 Overly aggressive default noise filter setting for JPEG output 2.3 Digital IS for video capture can introduce unnatural-looking footage 2.4 Lack of a hand grip can make handling awkward with heavy lenses 2.5 Use of clip-on flash precludes use of an EVF or any other accessory port item. For me it is bad idea clip-on flash. 2.6 No orientation sensor means you have to manually rotate images shot in portrait orientation 2.7 Complex menu system (for its target audience) 2.8 Shortness of function keys, feels like a low-budget camera. Read full review
- buckhopperApr 03, 2013by
A great compact camera that takes fantastic pictures!
I bought this camera to complement my Olympus E-PL2. I had planned to make the E-PL2 my main camera, while using the E-PM1 for occasional use as I would a point-and-shoot unit. I have been amazed, however, at the E-PM1 for its excellent construction, fast shooting, and picture quality. For most shots, I have used the E-PM1 with an Olympus 17mm prime lens. This combination has been a pleasure to use. Not only does the lens suit the camera in appearance and handy size, but the sharpness, depth of field and color are fantastic. The pictures taken with this camera are so good, they seem unlikely to come from such a compact camera. I highly recommend the Olympus E-PM1!
- jakemlrMay 06, 2013by
Great upgrade from a point and shoot!
This camera is a great upgrade from a normal point and shoot! It has good video and awesome pictures. Once you take the time to learn the features you will be happy. There are some hidden menus and features that take some time to figure out and are slightly confusing.. READ THE MANUAL!! Only con I have so far is that the auto focus during video recording is a little loud and will come through in recordings of quiet environments. This can be remedied by useing the Olympus external mic mounted somewhere other than on top of the camera because it will be the same if you just attach it in the hot shoe slot. Also, if you hear a grinding noise at slower shutter speeds try turning off the image stabilizaion because it is kind of loud. Don't worry though it's not broken.
- e2800Sep 17, 2012by
Quality imaging in a portable, functional and capable camera.
Looking for an easier camera to carry than my full sized prosumer DSLR on hiking and other active trips- my search landed me on the PEN series of cameras. Having a full featured DSLR at my disposal, I wanted a camera that would serve as a point and shoot, yet give me manual control when I felt the "creative urge." I settled on the E-PM1 as it was the smallest and was the least intimidating if I were to hand it over to someone else. In the first few weeks of working with this camera- I can already tell it is a keeper. It is small enough with the kit lens collapsed to be almost pocketable- fitting in some loose cargo shorts I sometimes wear. Most of the time I keep it in a (tight fitting) Lowepro Apex60- where it is easily accessed and carried, or more often with the 14-150mm lens in the LowePro Apex100 - (yes, the camera, flash and both lenses do fit!) Even with both lenses and the flash in the case- it is smaller than my DSLR and main walkaround lens alone. The image quality is great for this size of camera. I have multiple decent point and shoot cameras that don't even come close to the clarity and color representation provided by this camera. The interchangable lens option is very nice as well, initially I thought I would use the 14-150mm all the time- and leave the 14-42mm at home, but have found the 14-42 to be not only much more portable, but a better lens with less distortion- especially at the wide end. With the crop factor of 2x yielding a 28-82mm (and 28-300mm with the optional lens) effective focal length, and with built-in stabilization- this camera is capable and suited to many situations. Manual settings are changed through an on-screen menu- and a little more buried than on the larger models that sport a "dial" - and some of the controls are not as intuitive to a Canon user, like zoom/navigation in playback- but nothing that cannot be easily overcome. Battery life is astonishing for a camera (and battery) that is this small. The only area that I was a little disappointed was in low-light performance. This camera boasts fast autofocus- and delivers until there is insufficient light to function fully. Even with manual control- this f3.5-5.6 lens feels much slower than it should be, requiring higher ISO or providing very poor low light results. However, for most situations this is a beautiful little camera that takes stunning images and has all the cool features you would expect in a high end unit, and the ability to take control if you feel the need- but easy enough to hand to grandma!!! Read full review
- dockeagleMay 04, 2013by
Excellant camera. I love the tiny size and Olympus optics are perhaps the best kept secret in the photographic world. I didn't realize that this model has no optical viewfinder and as an old photographer who is used to SLR's and rangefinder, I find it a bit uncomfortable. I believe I will add the auxiliary VF-3 viewfinder very soon. Good service and very fair price. I am very satisfied.